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Maggie2448

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[font=Comic Sans Ms] :tazz: I just had a friend build a new computer for me. It has that annoying blue screen that has my User name and it tells me how many programs are running and how many messages are unread. When I leave my computer and come back to the black screen, after touching the mouse, the desktop flashes on and then it goes to the blue screen. It's so annoying and such a time waster. My friend told me to go to the User Accounts in the Control Panel and go to "Change the way users log on or off ". When I open up user accounts this line is missing. He has no explanation and doesn't know how to fix it. It really is getting me irritated. Does anyone know how I can get rid of this screen and how to add that line to the User Accounts? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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Jag11

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It has that annoying blue screen that has my User name and it tells me how many programs are running and how many messages are unread.


That's probably seen when you logoff (Start > Log off). That can't be changed as I know.

"Change the way users log on or off "


That will just change the logon screen, if you check the "Use the Welcome screen", then when you're going to login, you'll see your accounts there, and just need to click it.
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